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The film, which is the second Hindi-dubbed version of a South-Indian film to release in Pakistan in 2018 after 2.0, is enjoying a decent run in the country.
Yash told reporters that those who commit such acts are not even fans and no actor would want his fans to behave in such a way.
The film has surprised audience by not only emerging as the highest-grossing film in Kannada but also in Telugu and Hindi.
Yash has decided to spend a quiet birthday with his family and announced he will soon be meeting fans across the state.
As Yash turns an year older, he tells City Express about raising the bar with KGF, his next move, dubbing of other language films and more.
While KGF Chapter 1, starring Yash, continues to have a dream run at the box office, director Prashanth Neel is already thinking ahead.
From blockbusters like KGF to low budget sleeper hits Sa.Hi. Pra Shaale: Koduge Ramanna Rai we take a look at the best of Kannada cinema in 2018.
KGF will officially be the first Kannada film dubbed and released in four other languages that has earned the Rs 100 crore milestone.
With speculations rife that producers V Vamshi Krishna Reddy and Pramod Uppalapati of UV Creations are in talks with Prashanth for his Telugu debut, starring Prabhas.
Under the reviews section, there are mixed reviews ranging from “This is such a kiddish game” to sarcastic comments like, “Oh! Our children are getting so addicted to the game."
Karan Johar was one of the early names to realise this potential and presented both 'Baahubali' and Shankar-directed '2.0' in Hindi.
Recently, City Express had reported that Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce was contemplating the simultaneous release of other languages films in Kannada.
According to the latest buzz, the Prashanth Neel’s directorial is said to have made a gross collection of Rs 50 to Rs 55 crore in three days, just in India.
With the petitioners withdrawing their suit seeking stay on the screening of Yash-starring KGF, the shows will continue without any hindrance.
Set in 1981 and going back and forth in time, narrated from a journalist's point of view who had chronicled his life from 1951.